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Suikoden is probably one of those games that you’ve heard a lot of praise about, but never actually played, and that’s understandable because there were very few copies of the game actually printed. So much so that the original copies of the game tend to sell for quite a premium on auction sites...

Grim Fandango, originally released by LucasArts in 1998, is by far one of the most fondly remembers classical point and click adventure games alongside...

Hohokum has been a game I’ve quite eagerly awaited since its announcement, and now that it’s finally here, and I’ve had a good amount...

Zen Studios are continuing to show their support for Zen Pinball 2, releasing yet another piece of downloadable content. The Walking Dead table is based...

The Swapper is a game that plays with some very intriguing ideas. At its core, the game is a relatively simple side-scrolling puzzle game, but a highly...

Table Top Racing’s title explains almost exactly what it does. This is a racing game that takes place on tables such as picnics, restaurant tables and...

Gravity Crash was originally released on the PS3 back in 2009 and later ported to the PSP. Its striking art style and sound track were lauded at the time,...

Rogue Legacy is a game which does a lot with a simple concept. The game features gameplay very similar to that of old-school Castlevania games, with the...

Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee, first released for the original PlayStation in 1997, was a groundbreaking achievement in game design. Oddworld Inhabitants,...

Zen Studios has made their name synonymous with console pinball gaming, so it’s no surprise that they’ve released yet another DLC pack as part of...

It has been a little over five years since Media Molecule burst onto the gaming scene with the ground-breaking LittleBigPlanet, and the developers have...

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